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London Road, Corwen, Denbighshire, LL21

£499,000
Dafydd Hardy, Caernarfon
PROPERTY TYPE
Leisure Facility
BEDROOMS
x6
BATHROOMS
x5

Key features

  • A Superbly Renovated Former Courthouse & Police Station
  • A Vernacular Grade II Listed Dwelling Dating From 1871
  • Impressive Interior Which Retains Many Original Features
  • Six Bedrooms In Total (Two & Four Respectively)
  • Wood Burning Stoves & Under-floor Heating To Ground Floors
  • Quality Fully Equipped Kitchens With Granite Work Surfaces
  • Clean Contemporary Bathroom Suites & En-suite Facilities
  • Private Courtyard Gardens & Dedicated Off Road Parking

Property description

A superbly renovated Grade II Listed 6 Bedroomed Detached Residence (the former Police Station & Court House) offering accommodation presented to an exceptionally high standard – highly versatile too and currently utilised as a successful holiday lettings venture.



An arresting property for sure is this beautifully and faithfully restored former Courthouse and Police Station situated centrally within the historic town of Corwen, having been transformed into residential accommodation of the highest standard, it’s presentation and attention to detail is second to none. We plead guilty in thinking this is one of the best sympathetic conversions we’ve seen, but we’ll leave that judgement for you, suffice to say, the work done here is impressive.

This Grade II Listed residence, dates from 1871 and was purpose-built as a police station and courthouse, the property was in use until around 1978 when it became a guest house/hotel of sorts. Its pleasing exterior complementing the many period buildings for which Corwen is well known for, the properties are a very good example of a vernacular and purpose-built municipal buildings which is particularly noteworthy for the survival of the cell areas within the police station.

The present owner undertook a painstaking project to renovate and convert both dwellings into residential use in 2010, completing the Old Police Station in 2014 and the Court House in 2017 with a brief which ensured its integrity and character was preserved and celebrated. The interior offers the best in contemporary style which works well with the original features, such as the original iron gates to the main entrance, the cell doors and flagged floors plus sash windows, any new windows have been replicated and replaced to include double glazing all in the name of authenticity.

Both dwellings (under one Title) offer superb living space with six bedrooms in total, both with their own unique qualities and feature wood burning stoves, under-floor heating to the ground floors, fully equipped contemporary kitchens (with polished granite work surfaces) and attractive bathroom suites throughout.

The courthouse impresses with its high vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, something the present owner ‘discovered’ during the renovation and was keen to reveal. It’s the attention to detail that’s key and it’s what makes this property really stand out. Externally, there’s a private walled courtyard garden with purpose built raised bed and seating area and an additional gated courtyard offering off road parking for two vehicles.

It's clear to see that this property offers much versatility, with many options for those with a vision. The present owner utilises the Courthouse and Police Station as holiday let accommodation which is proving very popular, Corwen being situated in a most beautiful setting in the Dee Valley with easy access to Snowdonia seen as a major highlight, not to mention the Llangollen canal and outlying attractions. There’s the option to use one of the dwellings as a family home and the other to generate income – the choice is yours.

Both dwellings (under one Title) offer superb living space with six bedrooms in total, both with their own unique qualities and feature wood burning stoves, under-floor heating to the ground floors, fully equipped contemporary kitchens (with polished granite work surfaces) and attractive bathroom suites throughout.

The courthouse impresses with its high vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, something the present owner ‘discovered’ during the renovation and was keen to reveal. It’s the attention to detail that’s key and it’s what makes this property really stand out. Externally, there’s a private walled courtyard garden with purpose built raised bed and seating area and an additional gated courtyard offering off road parking for two vehicles.

It's clear to see that this property offers much versatility, with many options for those with a vision. The present owner utilises the Courthouse and Police Station as holiday let accommodation which is proving very popular, Corwen being situated in a most beautiful setting in the Dee Valley with easy access to Snowdonia seen as a major highlight, not to mention the Llangollen canal and outlying attractions. There’s the option to use one of the dwellings as a family home and the other to generate income – the choice is yours.

Old Courthouse

Entrance Hall

Living Room

6.67m x 5.84m

Max

Kitchen

3.47m x 3.64m

Breakfast Room

2.86m x 2.28m

Bedroom 1

3.39m x 5.92m

Max

Ensuite

2.73m x 1.49m

1st Floor Bedroom 2

3.42m x 3.77m

Ensuite

1.89m x 1.86m

Old Police Station

Entrance Hall

Lounge/Dining Room

4.49m x 8.31m

Max

Kitchen

3.08m x 2.38m

Utility Room

3.1m x 2.4m

Snug

3.08m x 2.42m

Shower Room

1.74m x 2.63m

Landing

Bedroom 3

4.43m x 4.35m

Bedroom 4

3.49m x 3.85m

Max

Bedroom 5

3.35m x 3.07

Bedroom 6

3.52m x 3.1m

Bathroom

3.47m x 1.89m

Shower Room

1.85m x 2.03m

Legal Costs

Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this transaction.

VAT

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Disclaimer

Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents Limited for themselves and for the vendor of this property whose agents they are to give notice that: (1) These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or a contract. (2) All statements contained in these particulars are made without responsibility on the part of Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents Limited. (3) None of the statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact. (4) Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself/herself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. (5) The vendor does not make or give and neither do Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents Limited nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. (6) Where every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the floorplan contained here, measurements of doors, windows, rooms and (truncated)

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Particulars

London Road, Corwen, Denbighshire, LL21

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Chirk Station13.2 miles
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Dafydd Hardy, Caernarfon

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